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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 27 July 1865

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT."-J irrmsow. . .. ,.,...,......... ...,... T- 1 - ' VrJ.i . , . , VOLUME I. " GLASGOW, MISSOURI, JULY 27, 18G5. NUMBER 7. """'''"''"'"(MM 1 1 WHIM IBMgWMBBBWWManMMBWaiMMHBIMMM THE WAY TO SAVE MONEY 13 TO BUY YOUR GOODS OF HARVEY & THORPE, GLASGOW, HIO., (On First Street, two doors above the Post Office, at Phipps' old " stand.) THE subscribers take pleasure in informing the citizens of Howard and surrounding counties thai they have now on hand a Splendid Assortment OF All Descriptions of Merchandise, and flatter themselves that they can meet all de, mands their friends may make upon them both ai to the quality of their goods ana CHEAPNESS OF PRICE, ISO. HARRISON TnoS.l. BIRCH. RICtl'D KARICKSO. BIRCII, EARICKSON & CO., Glasgow, Mo WILL buy and sell Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money and make collections at all accessible points. (ty Until our Banking-House is finished, our office wil...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 27 July 1865

Cjrt $jotoarb aVnian. L'v- fr- i francis M. Tiij'cr, E:itor auJ Vraniieior. Q lrvsgow, Mo. THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1805. Airivnl nml lrMUinro of Mails. iivvte m,-IK, rnoni ai.i.f.n to ri.asrow. , Arrive cvciy dny, excrpt Sunday, 0 r. M. Depart " " " ' 0 a. M. IiOUTS 10,4"'l, COLUMBIA TO OJ.ASUOtV. Arrive every Monday, Wednesday nml Friday, p. m. ' Depart every Tucrday, Thursday and Saturday, 0 A. M. ROUTE 10103, OLA500W TO MIAMI. Arrive every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, 3 P. Mi Depart every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 8 A. M. V. W. DIGGEH, P. M. Baptist Association to Meet at Eoon villo, Missouri. Mr. J. II. Wmciiem. : Will yon please atinounce'lliut the General Association ot llaptists of Missouri will convene at Uoon- villo, Mo. on the third Saturday in August instead or Palmyra, on the fifth, as before published, liy order of the Executive Committee. L. WRIGHT, Ch'm. S. C. Maj.hi, Sec'y. July 20lh, 1603. Slaves and Slaveholders in 13C0 The following tables from the report of the...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 27 July 1865

A RICH CHURCH. Trinity (Episcopal) Church in New York city hat the reputation of being a wealthy church, but few person have an dctruale idea of the nflluctico of its riolies. It is a church in golden slippers. Its renl estate, measured by actual miles, was do rived from a royal grant mode by William the Third, in the year 1697, when Benja min Fletcher was Coloniul Governor of New York. This grant was confirmed by the legislature of New York in 1764. The estate thus conveyed originally embraced two thousand and sixty-eight lots. Of these there remain to the church six hundred and ninety-ono, forming the most valuable por tion of the First, Third, Fifth, Eighth and Ninth Wards of the city. The value of this estate is estimated at ntarly twenty million dollar. Three hundred and thirty-six of the church lots are leased to Wm. B, Astor, under lease mado to his father in 17G6, at the low rate of seventy-five cents per lot for the term of ninety-nine years. Of course, the rental of this p...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 27 July 1865

A G II 1 0 U L T U R A L . Haise Mori Stock. At no period in the history of tliij country, lays the iSYorA Jturnal, hns farm stock of every description, from (ha most noble of oil animals, the hone, to (he more inferior dung hill fowl, been in such demand or commanded 10 high pricei as at present. Horses of nil kinds fell ns readily and at prices (hat well remu nerate the producer, while fine animals, of good size, style cud fair road guit, bring prices w hich, five years ago, would have been considered almost fabulous. We well recollect, some twenty years ngn, when the celebrated horse, Green Mountain Morgan, was sold by Silns Muile, of Royalslon, Muss., for one thousand dollars, w hich was thought to be on enormous price. Since then, how ever, and during the lust five years, it has been no very uncommon th'ng lor horses of line blood or great speed (o sell for (en, twenty, thirty, and even, wc believe, as high us forty thousand dollars, and yet, as the market reports say, the tend...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 3 August 1865

1 . j ; . .1 t: j . "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." JfrrEsoi. VOLUME I. GKL.ASGOW, MISSOURI, A.TJGKUST 3, 1865. 1STXJM33EH 8. THE WAY TO SAVE' MONEY IS TO BUY YOUR GOODS a . OF " HARVEY & THORPE, ..,'' GLASGOW, MO., (On First Street, two doors above the Post Office, at Phipps' old stand.) THE subscribers take pleasure in informing the citizens of Howard and surrounding counties mat mey nave now on nana a Splendid Assortment OF All Descriptions of Merchandise, nd flatter themselves that they can meet oil de mands their friends may make upon them both as to the quality of their goods and CHEAPNESS OF PRICE, as will effectually defy competition, and insure full satisfaction to their customers. Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. Respectfully sub mitted. IIARVEY & THORPE. Glasgow, Mo., July 6, 1605. J0. BAnillSOII THOI.l:. BIRCH. BICH'D XARICKSOS. BIRCH, EARICKSON & CO., Glasgow, Mo- WILL buy and sell Exchange, receive depos its, deal...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 3 August 1865

frsncit Jl. Tuylor, Editor and Proprietor. Olasgow, .Mo. THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1865. TEE CLERGYMEN AND THE OATH, " A great deal of caucusing od "knosking of head together" hat taken place in this section of the State within the lait few weeks, among the disloyal clergy. They ere ail opposed to taking the oath pre scribed by lha new Constitution, and their oMect is to arrive at a common understand ins of what is best to do. Whether the mass of them have concluded to continue preaching regardless of the oath or not, we ere not at present advised, though there are some wllo are urging them to takethis re bellious step. The columns of the St. Louis Republican, Dispatoh, end some of the country journals, are teeming with incen diary advice. We have a set of politicians clamorous for office and popularity, unscru pulous as to principle, or the means by which they mny attain their end, who will be most sadly discomfited by the practical working of the Constitution. If that is enforced ''Othell...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 3 August 1865

Caibo, Ju'y 17. The New Orleans Timet has the follow in; special t EntwniviLLi, July 13. Major Teiaier, of Corlinaa' inlT, has juit arrived from above, bringing Intelligence of the capture ol General Kirby Smith and hit entire party. " He ' wai intercepted by the Governor of Sattelloa Visoa. on the 4th of July, at Piedra Negras, Mexico, about fifty miles below Eagle Pass, and eumpellcd to surrender. The victors got four pieces of artillery, 900 new rifles and a train of seventy-five wagons loaded with ammunition and provisions. The officers and men were paroled. New York, July 29. The Herald's correspondent says the larger number of our national troops intend ed to be stationed along the Rio Grande had arrived at their destinations on the 12th and formed a line extending Irom the mouth of the stream to tome distonce above Browns ville. The town of Brownsville, which during the rebellion was the great intropot for cot ton from the interior of Texas, and where an immense business in t...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 3 August 1865

OVER THE EIVER. . Thu beautiful poem, by on American wi iter, Miss Priest, ha) commanded the admiration of all rcadert during tlio many rounds it has made of the newspaper and magazine press, the lost ten years. To those who have lost intima:e friends and who has not? some of the allusions are in cxpressably affecting. Many ntoistcned eye trill follow the lines : Over the rirer they beckon to me, Loved ones who've passed to (he other side, The gleam of their snowy robes I see, But their voices are lost in the dashing tide. There's one with ringlets of sunny gold, And eyes the reflection of Heaven's own blue; He crossed in the twilight gvey and cold, And the pale mist hid him from mortal view. We saw not the angels who met him there, The gates of The City we could not see Over the Itiver, over the River, My brother stand ready to welcome me. Over the River the Boatman pale, Carried another the household pet j Her bright curls waved in (he gentle gale Darling Minnie, I see her yet 1 T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 10 August 1865

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS YOLTTME I. aLASGOW, MISSOURI, AUGUST lO, 865. THE WAY TO SAVE MONEY IS TO 'BUY YOUR GOODS ' OF ' : HARVEY & TII0HPE, - ' GLASGOW, MO., (On First Street, two doors above the Post Office, at Thipps' old , stand.) THE subscribers take pleasure In Informing he citizens of Howard and surrounding couuues mat mey nave now on nanu a Splendid Assortment ' ' OF All Descriptions of MercliftnuUsc, and flatter themselves that they can meet all de. mands their friends may make upon them both as to the quality of their goods ana CHEAPNESS OF PRICE, as will effectually defy competition, and insure full satisfaction to their customers. Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. Respectfully sub mitted. ITARVEY & THORPE. , Glasgow, Mo., July 6, 1805. jmo. HAiiRiapJi Tnoa. r. Bim h. men u bahiiksos. BIRCH, EAMCKSON & CO., - Glasgow, Mo. WILL buy and sell Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money and make collections at all accessib...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 10 August 1865

t aMxi link; Franrit M. Taylor, HdUor and ProprUtor. ' ,m .. Glasgow, Rio. TIIUllSDAV, AUG. 10, 18G5. -See notice of Dr. Walker, in another column. He has something of interest to lay to bis patrons. New asd Rich Goods! Mersrs. More. head & Woods, Dry Goods Merchants of this city, have J'ist received a large and splendid assortment of Eaklt Fall Goods, hard to bent, which they offer on the lowest terms of the market. This addition to their stock is purchased to meet the wants or the people at this season. Give (hem a call, and you will be satisfied they give good bargains. A correspondent of the Saline Progress advocates the division of that county, and the removal of the county seut to Arrow Rock. We return our thanks to Mrs. Si-ors, of this city, for a present of a basket of splen did tomatoes. They were the largest we have seen. Washington, Aug. 5. There were the usual number solieitin pardon, ofiice-seckiiig, &.C., including mnny ladies. Ninety four applications for pard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 10 August 1865

1ATT5CH OF THE TTJNHEL CBIB. Jin Important Event in the Hilorv of Chi cagoMatwttovt Succtt$ of the Grtdl rrorKji introspective Ulance at the nam question. From the Chicago Journal, July 24th; W chronicle to-dnv an cnoch in the liis tory of Chicago, and (lie herculean efforts put forth by her auihoritiei to obtain a sup ply of pure water for the ue of hcj. two hundred thousand iiihabitanta. Our readers re familiar with the history of the great ia no lunnei, now in process or construotion, very important feature and movement ol wlnoh have been from lime to time cliron ioled in these columns. The filthy condition of the Chicngo river, made ao by the nu- rneroua alsMghtering and rendering estab lishments aloDg ita batiks, and tn which the entire sewerage system of the citv is tribu- tary, contaminated the water of the lake so lar out that the old water pipes which gath ered their supdIv at less than mile from the shore not (infrequently yielded water of very questionable quality. Hence ...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 10 August 1865

DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, CHOLEiZA. Hall's Journal of Health, after giving a description of these complaints, points out t!ie following directions for cure : "In oil these, there is one ncver-foilirg circumstance always and invariably present, and never can bo absent, under any con ceivable ciroumstances it is fne quenchless instinct of nature culling fur absolute rest, bodily quictudo, and without that rest n cure is always impossible,' and death an inevita ble resulti There is in nil these a remorseless thirst. Nature then colls for two things, to satisfy her longings for rest and drink, on! if these two things are dime vim svjjiwnl jtrtmpfnesi, there is a perfect cure iu nine eases out of ten. Perfect quietude rn a Led, and chewing ice, swallowing as large pieces as possible, until the third is per fectly satisfied, is all thut is necessary in any ordinary attack of either of these three diseases. To make assurance doubly sure keep the abdomen tightly bound around with two thicknesses...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 24 August 1865

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT."J efferso. VOLUME I. GLASaOW, MISSOURI, A.UaTTST 24, 1S65. ISTtlMBEll 11. THE WAY TO SAYE MONEY IS TO BUtf ypuR GOODS OF HARVEY k THORPE, ' GLASGOW, MO., (On First Street, two doors above the Post Office, at Phipps! old , stand.) THE subscribers take pleasure in informing the citizens of Howard and surrounding counties that tbey have now on hand a Splendid Assortment OF All Descriptions of Merchandise, and flattdr themselves (hat they can meet all de mands their friends may make upon them both as to the quality of their goods and CHEAPNESS OP PRICE, r.9 will effectually defy competition, and insure full satisfaction to their customers. Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. Respectfully sub mitted. HARVEY & THORPE. Glasgow, Mo., July 6, 1865. .ISO. BAIIHI80S TITOS. K. BlllCH. lllCll D KAIUCKSU.1. BIRCH, EARICKSON & CO., . Glasgow, Moi V7lLL buy and tell Exchange, receive depos V V its, deal in Securities. l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 24 August 1865

CITY ORDINANCES. Utiles of I'rnceccliiitr of (lie ISoiinl i.l Cuiiiic ilmvii. 1st, At tie opening of every meeting of the board the roll shall be called and absentees noted. 2nd. Any member who shall be absent t'inrn any regularly oppointcd meeting of tho council, shall be fined in the sum of unless he presents a reasonable excuse. r i-rl . Any tnn.ihcr coming in nfler (tie roll is called shall signify the same In t..e clerk, Ai.y number who ,!o s not make his appearance in an houryl'iei tile roil call --hull Ic considered as all sent an. I fined oeeei-.iiniv. 4:!i. The regular tiittttii: committors shall ho On slt-ets and u'leys. On grading and paving. f ri w ays and mean,. Oa whaif. On health. On stove:, pipes and i 'i'iii:i' y which shall be appointed by Hie Mi.yor as soon as possible after the Ih it meeting of "the Council, each ye.-r. 5!h. Ordinances mav he introduced by commit tees, or any in mbrr of the council. Oth. Every ordinance sh.tll tie read three times to the council ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 24 August 1865

Cfec gfotoarir Pinion. francis Jtf. Taylor, Editor ani Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 18G5. Mount Pleasant College. This well known literary Ins'itutioh will open its Fall Session in IIuuls ville, next month. Before the war this school was enjoying a fine de cree of property, and since that time, though laboring under many discouragements has, we believe, always kept open doors. The FhII Session no.v opens under more favorable auspioes, and we wish jt a career of uninterrupted usefulness. The citizens of Huntsville offer a bonus of $500 to any one who will erect a steam saw mill at that place within half a mile of the court-house. We have received two communications the past week, cne poetry and the other prose. In each case the author's name is omitted. Such communications are classed by editors as "irresponsible."' They are respectfully declined. Howe's Circus gave two exhibitions in this place ou Saturday afternoon and night last, to large audiences. It was generally...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 24 August 1865

.iuiuuumMUit.ii.fl.il nmm UNDER SUSPICION. ClIAFTm I. ' Uncle Joseph will you ics to tho lug gage?" 'Certainly, madam," I replied. I ulwoys called my brother's second wife "madam;" we never quarrelled, but each other thought thut the other was the most disagreeable jicrsuti iu llio universe, ntul as wo cooh knew what the other thought, it inny be imagined our intercourse was not of a very cordial kind. I did sec to the luggage, and then took tickets for the party lor the York express by the Great Northern Railway. Fortunately we had a compartment to ourselves, that is, Mrs. Webster, my niece Clara, and myself. ' Clara, my dear, you look as ill as you can look, no one wouUl think that to-morrow was your wedding-day." "Do I look ill, mamma ?" said Clara, dreamily "Yes, my dear, and wretched loo. I wonder you've not more sense at your age, girl of twenty-Cvo and breaking her heart for love of a man who lor four years has not taken the slightest nolioo of you." "Why, it was one of the c...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 31 August 1865

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jtrrrmos. Volume i. QLASGOW, MISSOTJIlI,XA.TJGTJST 31, 1865. 1 JHO. HARRISON TDOT. I. ItlRCH BlCn'll CARICKSOif. BIRCH, EARICKSON & CO., Glasgow, Mo WILL buy and sell Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money and make collections at all accessible points. JEP" Until our Bunking-House is finished, our office will be in the building occupied by the western uanK. June 22, 1885, lira. THE WAY TO SAVE MONEY IS TO BUY YOUR G00D3 OF Harvey & thoiipe, GLASGOW, MO., (On First Street, two doors above the Post Office, at Phipps' old Btand.) rTHE subscribers take pleasure in Informing JL 'he citizens ot Howard and surrounding cuuuues mm uiey uuve now on nana a Splendid Assortment op uitt 01 nM Pi rn tl 1 1 I OLUMU Ob bUi( All Descriptions of Merchandise, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HEMP, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec ond Street, (between Vine st. and Washington av- d' t Anij n 1 .....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 31 August 1865

V',":'..- Vlfij " fl: Francii it. Taylor, Editor and Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. TIILTtSDAV, AUG. 31, 18G5. Fur tome time past (lie river has beeii at such a liigli stage an lo cover the sand-bars, from which cause it was impossible to pro cure sand for building purposes. So long as this was the case an effectual embargo was laid upon the erection of houses. The river has now fallen sufficiently to uncover these sand banks, and as a consequence the workmen have began active operations towards putting up the five two-story brick business houses, heretofore apoken of. These improvements will add materially to the growth and prosperity of our city. Other houses are also in progress, and the day ig not far distant when the burnt dis trict" will be well Digh replaced. These improvements indicate a progressive spirit in our people, and show (lie importance of Glasgow as a business point. Few cities on the Missouri river possess superior ad vantages. Surrounded by a country noted far and wide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 31 August 1865

Eallroad Disaster on Long Island Rail- road-A TerribU Smash Up -Fifteen Perioni Killed. Ntw Yobk, Aug. 28. The following particulars of the collision on the Long Island Railroad to-day are furnished by passengers t At 5.45 a. m. the Greenport train, which ahould not leave the Jamaica Station unless the Hunter'a Point train had arrived, was alerted from Jamaica ten minutes before time, and met the other train at full apeed bout mile west of that village. The signal of the approaching train from Hun ter's Point Was heard by several passengers on the other train, and one gentleman who was standing on the platform ol the smoking car looked out, saw the danger, and leaped off without sustaining any irjury. The n timer e roint train was under lull speed as me oonaucior doubtless leu sure or his right of way, but the other contactor, whose Dame, we understand, is Sands, had begun somewhat to slaoken the speed of his train, as he was aware of the insecurity of his position. There was suffic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 31 August 1865

1 AGRICULTURAL. Effect of Bono Dust. A correspondent of llie New England Former writes . "I tee a great deal In your paper about the tue of bone dust or flour. I have thought good many timet I would give you a little of my expericnco in that matter. In 1614 I lived in a house of an independent farmer, and planted about three fourths of on acre of com on a pine-plait). That former had been for many yearn gath ering all the old bones he could And. That Hiring he carried them to o pinstcr-mitl and got them ground. Ho gnvo mo a peck ol the llour, which I put on one-half of my piece of corn. It had n wonderful effect. The atolka grew a foot taller than on the other helf'i and were darker colored, and the ears were from two to four inches longer. The difference through the season was such that the passers-by often called to me to know what ruaJo tho difference. I oould only tell them that dry bi nes did it. The farmer experimented with it by putting bone on two rows, plaster of Paris on t...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
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